Lean Frontiers: Are they differences in getting middle management on board from getting executive management support?
Are there differences in getting middle management from executive management on board for 1) developing the lean enterprise and 2) direct engagement on their part? What are the differences, if any?
Posted on 9 mai 2015
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Sandrine Olivencia

Tom Ehrenfeld: Don’t cherry pick lean principles, lean is a complete business system

By Sandrine Olivencia, - Last updated: vendredi, juin 28, 2013
There’s a massive amount of energy behind the lean startup “movement” today, which I find both exciting and a bit worrisome. Today I still see a gap between the loud buzz of the Lean Startup “movement” and broader cultural and widespread acceptance. N.B. when I say Lean Startup, for the time being I see this as the Lean (Software-based-Venture-chasing-Home-run-seeking) Startup. A subset of the overall startup world, to be sure, and not an unimportant one. Yet I’d like to see the learning from the Lean Startups gain broader traction. Has this community been able to codify the key principles in ...

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Art Smalley

Art Smalley: Tools, Rules, Principles, and Lean Wallpaper

By Art Smalley, - Last updated: mardi, avril 19, 2011
I have had a long and somewhat tortured fascination with regards to this topic and other similar questions. In terms of background when I returned to the United States from Japan in the mid 1990's after working for Toyota Motor Corporation it was difficult for me at least to recognize many of the efforts that were supposedly modeled after the Toyota Production System (TPS).  Some of it was frankly bewildering. The Lean movement has gone through many phases and efforts and I am certain that this will continue. I have commented in speeches, articles, and other areas over the past ...

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